First built in the 1960s for rescue work, the Rigid Inflatable Boat has revolutionised the marine market. The Complete RIB Manual, published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the first RIB, is the ultimate reference catering all aspects of a RIB's design, handling and maintenance, aimed at all owners and users, both commercial and leisure. The emphasis of the book is entirely practical, and covers: 1. A History of the RIB ac Early development ac Modern design: leisure, commercial and military 2. RIB Handling ac Impact of hull design, tube types, internal layout and engines ac Driving techniques: throttle control and driving position ac Advanced techniques for economy, sport and rough seas ac Cruising: planning, weather, anchoring and communications ac RIBs as tenders - stowing and towing ac Launching and transportation ac Safety and survival 3. Maintenance ac Outboards, diesels, water jets, stern drives, fuel tanks and electrics ac Tube care: cleaning, repair, replacement ac Hull maintenance ac Winter storage, checking for leaks, servicing The Complete RIB Manual is a comprehensive worldwide reference for all RIB owners and users, covering all the information necessary to handle and maintain a RIB of any size.A portable fuel tank does need to be securely located inside the boat ensure that the fuel you take into the tank is clean at all times, but there is a fuel filter in the system usually mounted on the engine itself at a point close to the fuel pump. ... portable tanks are that they can be taken ashore for refuelling, many have a fuel gauge built in so you know how much is left in the ... but a flexible tank simply collapses as the fuel is removed and no air needs to be taken in to replace the used fuel.
|Title||:||The Complete RIB Manual|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2013-08-01|